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Atlas Mountains and Berber Villages

Atlas Mountains

Atlas Mountains are a real highlight of Morocco that we encourage all our clients to include in their trip. Although Morocco possesses the longest coast of the entire African continent, it remains a mountainous country. Indeed, more than 25% of the country is covered with mountains: the discovery of the Atlas in Morocco is

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Escape to the Desert: South Morocco

 Escape to the desert; South Morocco:Once you leave the plain where the city of Marrakech rises to the desert, the landscape changes radically. In fact, the fastest route passes through the largest Moroccan mountain range, the middle Atlas. The metamorphosis of the landscape is at the same time gradual and impressive, from the arid

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Visit M’Hamid El Ghizlane

Visit M’Hamid El Ghizlane

Visit M’Hamid El Ghizlane which is a village in Zagora region of Morocco, 98 km after Zagora, one of the two places in Morocco where Sahara begins, another is Merzouga. M'Hamid is a small town that is easily explored by foot. The village gets fewer visitors than Merzouga and is arguably more "authentic."

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Night in Bivouac Desert Sahara: Merzouga - Erg ChebbiNight in Bivouac Desert Sahara: Merzouga - Erg Chebbi

Night in Bivouac Desert Sahara: Merzouga – Erg Chebbi

When one thinks of Morocco, one immediately imagines these images of epinal camel caravans crossing the ocher dunes of the Sahara at sunset. It is exactly this kind of picture that we reserved this stay in Merzouga at the gates of the only Saharan erg in Morocco. Discovering Erg Chebbi in Merzouga: The Erg Chebbi in

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Ait Benhaddou Kasbah and Ouarzazate

The most beautiful route between Marrakech and Ouarzazate

The vertiginous road (and not less dangerous) that connects Marrakech and Ouarzazate crosses the most beautiful landscapes of the High Atlas through the passage of Tizi n'Tichka, the "pasture pass", then by the valley Ounila which holds secrets villages that merge into multicolored mountains, terraced orchards, troglodyte ksours and abandoned kasbahs. It is

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Meknes, the Moroccan imperial city you’ve never heard of!

The imperial cities of Morocco are the ancient capitals of the empires and historical dynasties that reigned over the kingdom for long centuries and made it an enchanting destination to visit. Above the Atlas Mountains, lies the smallest and most laid-back imperial city, Meknes. Meknes is known for its authentic doors, Moorish architecture and medieval walls.

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